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September 28, 2012

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Lulaine

Whistleblower cases can become very mixed up with especially when it comes to the public good. There are different agencies whose jurisdiction it is to regulate some cases and a lawsuit sometimes tramples on that.

HH44


They convicted the whistleblower?

That's outrageous.

Whistleblowers should be considered heroes, not villains.

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